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M2E connector for WRO4J

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This m2e connector for WRO4J will execute wro4j-maven-plugin:run on Eclipse incremental builds, if a change is detected on css, js, less, json, sass resources under wro4j-maven-plugin's contextFolder (src/main/webapp by default)

In order for m2e-wro4j to be enabled, projects in eclipse must be Maven-enabled with m2e (right-click on project > Configure > Convert to Maven...)

If m2e-wtp is installed and wro4j's target directories are set under ${project.build.directory}/${project.build.finalName/ then the resources will be generated under ${project.build.directory}/m2e-wtp/web-resources/ so they can be picked up and deployed by WTP on the fly.

If the Eclipse Marketplace Client is installed in you Eclipse distribution, you can install the latest m2e-wro4j version by dragging and dropping the following image in your Eclipse workbench :

Install m2e-wro4j

Alternatively, you can install m2e-wro4j from regular P2 update sites :

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